The other day when I spotted several spiderwebs in my backyard, I looked for but didn't see any spiders. I figured they must be down at the local bar, chugging beers and making fun of Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire.
Tonight, I was startled to come face-to-face with Mr. Spider. He was outdoors, in his element, so I let him be. I was surprised at his large size -- he was as big as a silver-dollar. I have no clue what type of spider he is. Or if he's dating Emma Stone.
..."Or if he's dating Emma Stone" LOL!!ReplyDelete
I think I was bitten by a spider last week. In the worst of places (I'll spare you). It was traumatic. I thought I was dying.
Did you know that the average person swallows 8 spiders in their lifetime??
I heard what Mouthwash said about swallowing 8 spiders!! My husband says he's never swallowed any (just because he hates them). So if he hasn't and it's a thing of averages...then I'll have swallowed 16! hahaReplyDelete
That Emma Stone funny had me laughing. :)
That is amazing, but freaky!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous! Love his red / furry legs.ReplyDelete
He's a looker - love the bright coral leggings :)ReplyDelete
You crack me up, Lynne!Delete
This picture makes me actually not shiver at the thought of him - he's kind of pretty! Nice capture Ally!ReplyDelete
Wow! This is an awesome pic. I noticed how I see spider webs but never seem to find the spider. Weird.ReplyDelete
Oh what a handsome fella, and what a gorgeous shot. We have some biggies running around, but I know for a fact they're cobweb spiders. The worst they'll do is give me grief.ReplyDelete
Also I do believe you're right that it's a male spider - possible a spotted orb weaver: http://www.insectidentification.org/insect-description.asp?identification=Spotted-Orb-WeaverReplyDelete
Whoa, that's an impressive one! I'm fine with them as long as they stay outside, and off me. This time of year we get a lot of big garden spiders so I'm always paranoid of sticking my head right into a web while I'm gardening. I love that they take care of lots of other pesky insects though.ReplyDelete
He is soo handsome! thanks for sharing him! It's feels like this spider breed exists all over the globe. We have alike here and call it.. well... I could translate it like a crosser (where cross is like this +)ReplyDelete
He's pretty, but I prefer seeing your (very well-taken) pic, rather than seeing him in reality!ReplyDelete